Obama is helping ruin our great nation

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I prefer to be thought of as a conservative. As a rule, the Republican Party seems to be more conservative than the Democratic. However, all presidents and administrations do some pretty dumb things, including George W. Bush and his associates.

Every administration leaves something for their successors to either build upon or straighten out. But Barack Obama, who is supposed to be president of the United States, is trashing the U.S. Constitution like no other, apparently in an attempt to be ruler of the United Nations.

He says that he is a Christian, but his conduct is definitely pro-Muslim. He follows the Marxist philosophy of taking from the haves and giving to the have-nots, with no concern that most "haves" or their ancestors got it by working for it.

The universal health-care proposal presently before Congress is nothing more than a wealth-leveling bill to be controlled by the federal government. Even more serious is how many Americans and their political leaders have swallowed hook, line and sinker Al Gore's manmade "global warming" lie.

Unless enough people write and/or call their members of Congress to stop him, this December President Obama will go to Copenhagen, Denmark, and sign America's progress and rights away, to be controlled by the United Nations -- all under the guise of saving mankind and the planet.

To the Arab nations' delight, our support for Israel would cease. Giving the president an unearned Nobel Peace Prize was a pre-payment for the assumption of his U.N. vote.

Could we be seeing the formation of the fourth world kingdom, mentioned in the Book of Daniel, being fulfilled right before our eyes? Maybe so.

J.F. Rodgers

Clearwater, S.C.

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robbie1
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robbie1 10/27/09 - 01:31 am
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Mr. Rogers, While the

Mr. Rogers,
While the President has a most powerful seat, and has the potential to mess up things, he cannot ruin our country. He needs allot of help. If folks aren't happy with the results of the last election, they should write their representatives, but even more, they had better vote. Many conservative folks, angry with the mistakes of the Bush Admin and not impressed with the ticket offered by the Republicans stayed home. If you didn't vote in the last election, and you think the President is ruining your country, then you helped.

concernednative
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concernednative 10/27/09 - 04:35 am
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Mr. Rodgers will name is next

Mr. Rodgers will name is next son Glenn Hudson Limbaugh Rodgers I am sure. He just wrote us a letter detailing all their daily talking points. And just like them he didn't bother to list one alternative or solution. They would be proud. I am going to email the EIB the letter.

overburdened_taxpayer
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overburdened_taxpayer 10/27/09 - 05:19 am
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He is just following the

He is just following the fundamentalist Muslim plan to bring down the "Great Satan". Bin Laden said it best when he said to destroy America you need to destroy their economy. Obama and his henchmen are just following that course to our conclusion.

nofanofobama
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nofanofobama 10/27/09 - 05:21 am
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it is always amazing to me

it is always amazing to me that those who embrace obamas socialist policies are so angry with dissent. why is it that you obama supporters think you know that we supported bush on everything when in fact we didnt. we as conservatives do not believe in an all powerful govt like our founding forefathers. wether its dims or republics we dont want an intrusion into our lives by govt. the feds should be in charge of national defense and interstate commerce no more no less the rest are state issues. the current govt has made a mockery of the constitution and we need to clean up the entire DC establishment. and a socialist only wants what is not his by govt intrusion and confiscation. somehow it makes them feel charitable to be generous wth the labor and fruits of others...

HotFoot
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HotFoot 10/27/09 - 05:28 am
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If anything, people like you

If anything, people like you are helping "ruin our great nation", Mr/Ms. Rodgers, but I happen to think it's a little more durable than you do. How much faith could you have in our system of government if you despair after just 9 months of our duly-elected President's term? But you give your hand away in your last two sentences. It's much easier to believe in cartoon characters pitched in Technicolor battle than to see that the dangers we face come from our own hatred, prejudice, and greed. It is you and your kind who diminish this country, not our President.

southernguy08
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southernguy08 10/27/09 - 05:41 am
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CONCERNED, what's your next
Unpublished

CONCERNED, what's your next son's name going to be, OBAMA REID PELOSI? Your posts detail their views everyday. And to everyone with J.F.'s view, there is a solution to this problem...it's called VOTING FOR NEW CANDIDATES! Send this bunch of wasteful idiots we have now packing! And remember, Big O was voted in, and can be voted out just as easily!

concernednative
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concernednative 10/27/09 - 05:43 am
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southern, you just had total

southern, you just had total control from 2001-2007. So how is that the solution.

nofanofobama
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nofanofobama 10/27/09 - 05:48 am
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concerned get your facts

concerned get your facts right the republicans did not have complete control from 2001-2007

WhippingPost
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WhippingPost 10/27/09 - 05:50 am
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The protesting conservatives

The protesting conservatives and the sleeping moderates that put this administration in office will remove them in the next two elections. Still, we'll have, for the most part, the same congress that perpetuates everything we dislike about DC politics. ALL of these "lifetime" politicians need to be replaced.

WhippingPost
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WhippingPost 10/27/09 - 05:51 am
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cn, you often repeat your

cn, you often repeat your false statement of 6:43. Since everyone knows it's false, do you think you look "informed" by repeating it.

Ga Values
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Ga Values 10/27/09 - 06:20 am
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Our senior Senator Saxby

Our senior Senator Saxby Chambliss is going to vote for Cap and Trade because of the ETHANOL subsidies in it. Why not get on SAXBY.

overburdened_taxpayer
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overburdened_taxpayer 10/27/09 - 06:25 am
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Ga Values - That would be the

Ga Values - That would be the part where it has been said above to get rid of all the career politicians.

Steve Wylie
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Steve Wylie 10/27/09 - 06:30 am
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This summary is so absurd

This summary is so absurd that it is caricature.

draksig
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draksig 10/27/09 - 06:33 am
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Obama can sign the global

Obama can sign the global warming treaty, but it still needs to be approved by a vote in the senate and that takes 64 votes.

overburdened_taxpayer
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overburdened_taxpayer 10/27/09 - 06:50 am
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draksiq - I think 60 votes is

draksiq - I think 60 votes is all that is needed and I hope they don't get them.

terry67
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terry67 10/27/09 - 06:50 am
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Let us not make this mistake.

Let us not make this mistake. As Pres. Reagan so aptly put it, "If we ever forget that we are One Nation Under God, then we will be a nation gone under."

TechLover
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TechLover 10/27/09 - 07:17 am
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concerned: The Republicans

concerned: The Republicans held control of the Senate from 1/20/95 until 1/3/07, with the exception of 5/24/01 until 1/3/95. They held the House from 1/3/95 until 1/3/07.

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ggaston743 10/27/09 - 07:34 am
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This is just more crazy talk

This is just more crazy talk from a so called conservative that allowed The Bush Administration to run all over the US Constitution in lies and breaking the rules of law. Where was his conservative voice as Bush ran up a huge debt after coming into office with a surplus? Where was Mr. Rodgers when The Bush Administration was deregulating the banking industry that put the US in a near depression? Where was Mr. Rodgers when The Bush Administration was giving the banks and AIG billions of dollars to bailout their bad investment practices? Mr. Rodgers, you are just a man who does not like a black man in the White House, but too afraid to say it. Plan and simple!

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CobaltGeorge 10/27/09 - 07:34 am
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Two Words . Rotten

Two Words . Rotten Government. How many are aware of this action that is now in effect. As far as I know, this has never been in the news or papers. When I was told about this, I could not believe it. Researched it and it is true. Here is proof of what J.F. Wrote, "He follows the Marxist philosophy of taking from the haves and giving to the have-nots, with no concern that most "haves" or their ancestors got it by working for it". Just makes you wonder how much more has been hidden from the public. WWW.safelinkwireless.Com . Read and puke!

TechLover
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TechLover 10/27/09 - 07:42 am
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As Pres. Reagan so aptly put

As Pres. Reagan so aptly put it, " Win one for the Gippet."

nofanofobama
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nofanofobama 10/27/09 - 07:44 am
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ggaston743 why are you so

ggaston743 why are you so angry i reread the LTE and no where does the writer say anything about a black president. why is it that you can somehow disern the thought of others as racist when no mention was made??????? and to keep pointing to bush and saying well he did it is absurd and quite illogical. didnt your momma ever teach you 2 wrongs dont make a righjt. in fact most conservative were displeased with spending of the republicans and didnt vote them back in during the last election. no obama is not the answer he is the problem and he is making it far worse than bush ever did.......

HotFoot
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HotFoot 10/27/09 - 07:49 am
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CobaltGeorge, the program

CobaltGeorge, the program went into effect before Obama was even elected. You researched it? Better improve your skills and take off your paranoid blinders.

themaninthemirror
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themaninthemirror 10/27/09 - 07:52 am
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"How much faith could you

"How much faith could you have in our system of government if you despair after just 9 months of our duly-elected President's term?"-HotFoot: It is not the fact that we as conservatives do not have faith in our government, it is the fact that Obama seems to have been given free reign to do as he pleases without regard as to whether it is the best for the American people. And the book of Daniel is a book of the bible, not a cartoon character. I have no problem with a black president, but it is not the race or color of the president that matters, it is the policies and beliefs of the president that matter. Obama may be considered black, but he is not a black man's president. For that matter, he also is not a white man's president. Only until he abandons his Marxist and Socialist views and realizes that America was founded on Freedom,not only personal, but also business freedom, will he be embraced as a true president.

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ispy4u 10/27/09 - 07:55 am
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Mr. Rodgers. The name speaks

Mr. Rodgers. The name speaks for itself.

CobaltGeorge
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CobaltGeorge 10/27/09 - 07:56 am
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OK HotFoot, educate me, When?

OK HotFoot, educate me, When?

ggaston743
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ggaston743 10/27/09 - 08:06 am
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nofanofobama says it all. By

nofanofobama says it all. By your USERNAME alone, you are bias. As for saying Mr. Rodgers does not want a black man in the White House, it just goes with his questions Obama being a Christian and a pro-Muslim, there is not evidence of that. And what is wrong with the President of the United States working with the UN and trying to work with other world leaders? At least now Americans are not hated through out the world, as we were the last 8 years. I just think that you are a true conservative; you needed to be vocal no matter who is in the White House. But conservatives were silent until Obama got into office. As you stated the American People spoke last November. That is why I question his voice now!

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TheDeerhunter 10/27/09 - 08:10 am
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"He says that he is a

"He says that he is a Christian, but his conduct is definitely pro-Muslim." How many Muslims work for Morris?

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sjgraci 10/27/09 - 08:10 am
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Nutcase.

Nutcase.

WhippingPost
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WhippingPost 10/27/09 - 08:13 am
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TL, your 8:17 is inaccurate.

TL, your 8:17 is inaccurate. Do you remember "Jumpin Jim" Jeffords? He sold his party affiliation for enough money to sustain him through the rest of his life. As a result, the Dems held control of the senate the first two years of the GW administration. The Dems regained control of the senate the last two years of the GW second administration.

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